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- v. Present participle of shriek.
- n. A sound that shrieks.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a high-pitched noise resembling a human cry
- n. sharp piercing cry
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Anybody else hear that awful shrew Palin shrieking at the wingnut convention today.
The slash came down like lightning, and met his protective aura where with a blinding flash of light and a sound like a doomed soul shrieking from the pits of Shayol Ghul.
Sure, he needs to play catch-up with his new party-mates in shrieking about socialism and the destruction of the U.S.
Of course, most people are more interested in shrieking out their gut reactions than they are in speaking with clarity.
The visual to make you gasp with awe and wonder and run shrieking from the room, print to make you sit down and think.
Population and climate change are well worth watching but the excitable shrieking is not helpful.
Breach is "a triumph in bourgeoisie beige, so like life in the District that you'll want to run, shrieking from the theater, out of pure boredom."
Not afraid as in shrieking like a B-grade horror flick victim, but concerned enough to want to fight against those things.
I did, however, get to witness a great act of finesse; there was a three-year-old in the Friendly's, shrieking from the bottom of his stomach.
Perhaps that’s why the “old feminists” are engaging in shrieking instead of discussion.